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Apr 29, 2013 6:55pm PDT
clinton was taken. william jefferson clinton was taken. but prezbilly jeff was available. >> just spent amazing time with colbert. is he sane? he is cool. >> stephen: folks, this is one of those moments we will look back on and say, "that altered the course of human history." like man discovering fire, the voyage of columbus or the unknown genius who saw a taco and thought, "what if this was choco?" ( cheers and applause ). and, folks, since that historic first tweet, the number of at prezbilly jeff's tweets has rocketed to still just that one tweet. i mean, come on! what is up? come on, p.b.j., you have to capitalize on the tweet-mentum. if you don't use it, you'll lose it. just like the, you know, you're so full of it. it's gray. it's whatever. head meat. you know what? i'm just going to remind him to tweet by tweeting him on twitter. okay. here we go. at prezbilly jeff. missed you sunday at my game of thrones party. also, why no tweets? hash tag: dragons are real. ( cheers and applause ). now, i'll check back later tonight to see if he's responded. oh, he's already tweeted me back. l
Apr 29, 2013 2:00am EDT
the 20th anniversary of the holocaust resume in washington. former president bill clinton and nobel prize winner wieselfe fell -- elie will deliver remarks. then a series of panels will discuss the holocaust and genocide prevention with live coverage beginning at noon eastern on c-span two. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] >> if you are trying to generate on the government and they are looking for ways to generate new revenue, silicon valley has the answers. if you're trying to explore better innovation within your , silicon valley has the answers. from an entrepreneur standpoint, how was entrepreneurship different in silicon valley and other places? so much of it is often based on failure and learning from one's experiences. it is also recognizing that you can be part of the process of adopting other people ideas or you may have the idea idea for the next big thing. the bottom line is, there is an authenticity to the way that things are done in silicon valley that is very accepted, no no matter who you
May 2, 2013 2:00pm PDT
do the political, without some level of work, i mean, gingrich and clinton worked it out. they got some good things done. reagan and tip o'neill fought like cats and dogs on policy, but they found a way to work it out. this kind of stalemate is not good. the people in the country don't want it. i think the party long term could hurt itself with a lot of voters. >> i want to get back to that. i think the republican party has a two-strike goal. reduce the electoral. tactical, maybe strategic. then other part of it is, don't let this president be a hero to anybody. >> well, it's not working, though. >> isn't it? i'm wondering. >> but the voter suppression didn't work. they tried to limit the vote -- >> and the courts came in. yeah. >> but they voted in larger numbers. >> yeah. >> the the black turnout was higher than white turnout in this last election. so -- >> of course, republican courts, too. >> absolutely. because gene, the law is the law. you know? and the constitution is the constitution. so that didn't work. and the idea of making him not a hero to anybody, i don't think that
FOX News
May 4, 2013 10:00pm PDT
secretary of state clenton? clinton? do you asigh blame specifically? that administration. in tell us who is the object of your wrath? >> i don't want to it accuse anybody. i do have my suspicions and i do think that i know -- in fact, i know what happened pretty much. i just want somebody to admit it and i don't want them to do this to anybody else mostly. i want our people to be safe when they go to these places that are very, very dangerous they he should have the protection that is necessary to keep them alive. and to do their job. and that hasn't happened. and i'm afraid the people that -- sean is gone but there is others that come after him. i want them to be safe. and that can't be safe if it the same people are in charge. >> geraldo: i have to leave you there. thank you so much for coming on. i really appreciate it. >> you're welcome. >> geraldo: and benghazigate goes from simmer to boil we will hear from congress, former not bad. this tree has deep roots, strong limbs... things are pched and not pinned. nicely done. thboys love it. they are up there day and night. well that might
May 3, 2013 2:00am PDT
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May 5, 2013 8:00am PDT
administration. in 1994, the republicans took the house. and clinton was re-elected, saying he's not going to get anything done for the rest of his term. when president bush lost the house and the senate in 2006, it with us the same thing. look, there's not a lot of legislation that's going to happen. probably between now and 2014. the president has enormous influence in a lot of places outside of legislation. and the idea that anybody has as much constitutional power as the president of united states, is irrelevant -- >> and mary matalin, he's more popular than republicans in congress. >> so what? that's irrelevant. he single-handedly wiped out his congressional majority in the last midterm. he set in place republican dominance at the state level for decades because we picked up so many -- 7,000 legislators and 30 governors, in control of the legislatures in the states, which is the bench -- back bench for rising stars. this cycle, he's going to wipe out his senate, if not the majority. certainly, the critical mass of the majority. >> republicans should have never lost seats in the
Apr 30, 2013 6:00am EDT
, bill clinton. [applause] we will hear from them shortly. looking out into this crowd, i feel inspired and hopeful. i am inspired by the many young faces. some are descendants of survivors or veterans. they are here not because of a family connection but because they recognize the importance of our mission for the future and their role in it. youmuseum's motto is "what do matters." we know from the holocaust that it is the actions of young people who are the change agents in any society that will shape the future. some of my most powerful memories are breaking my three teenage children through the museum and being part of that transformative experience with them. likeall kids, they technology. they realized technological progress must never be confused with moral progress. here they confront profound truths about human nature from the awful to inspirational. here they are prepared along with millions of other young people for their moral responsibilities in an increasingly uncertain future. to guide the future of our museum, i am pleased to introduce my dear friend, director s
May 2, 2013 3:00pm PDT
us tonight. >> great to be with you, rev. >>> ahead, stunning news about hillary clinton. has the right revealed a dirty and ugly plan to take her down. >>> also, remembering one of the great events of my lifetime, the election of nelson mandela as president of south africa. it happened 19 years ago today and it is still inspiring people all over the world. >> now is the time for celebration. i'm telling you right now, the girl back at home would absolutely not have taken a zip line in the jungle. i'm really glad that girl stayed at home. vo: expedia helps 30 million travelers a month find what they're looking for. one traveler at a time. expedia. find yours. trust your instincts to make the call. to treat my low testosterone, my doctor and i went with axiron, the only underarm low t treatment. axiron can restore t levels to normal in about 2 weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18 or men with prostate or breast cancer. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpec
Apr 30, 2013 2:00am EDT
hillary clinton in 2016? so afraid some of them have already started swift voting her if you will trying to blame her for benghazi. leading the charge right now, house oversight committee chair darrell issa of california. here he describes the report that he says shows clinton, quote, denied, closed quote, security for the benghazi consulate because her signature appears on a cable to that effect. >> secretary of state was just wrong. she said she did not participate in this, and yet only a few months before the attack, she outright denied security in her signature in a cable april 2012. >> well, the charge is outrageous for anybody who knows what they're talking about. the secretary of state's signature, by way, her name appears on all sorts of cables that two out. her nail. to prove it, here's the wording from the state department handbook. "the communications center will place the name of the secretary on all telegrams to posts." in the "washington post" today, the fact checker column beautifully and hilariously illustrates the range of such cable, e-mail, that bear a secretary of sta
May 2, 2013 10:00pm PDT
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May 2, 2013 7:00pm PDT
legislation that the republicans are blocking. >>> and we know hillary clinton is running for president. the woman is running, okay? that's not to be debated on this program. but what other women might run for president next time? that's coming up. you kids should count yourselves lucky. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then... where was i... you couldn't pause a show in one room then start playing it in another. and...i'm talking to myself... [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >>> so it turns out all you have to do to break legislative gridlock is get outside of the beltway. 32 miles outside, in fact. 32 miles from the united states capitol, the maryland statehouse in a three-month legislative session. only three months. sent the following bills to governor martin o'malley, most of which he signed today. the first bill o'malley signed today made maryland the 18th state to abolish the death penalty. the
Apr 30, 2013 11:00pm PDT
president under our constitution doesn't control -- okay. >> clinton had to do it. trying to get welfare reform. reagan had to do it. >> he signed a republican -- >> why are you so hellbent on giving this president a pass? >> i'm just not giving you one. i'm not going to give you nothing. the fact is, michael, you tried to slip one past me. >> i'm not slipping one past you. >> bill clinton because he was running for re-election had to sign on to a pretty conservative welfare reform bill he wouldn't have written himself. right before the '96 election. it was a republican bill, first of all. this president is trying to get republicans to meet him in the middle. >> which he vetoed three times and finally came to the table on it. the reality of it is -- >> my point. >> -- this president needs to do less excuse making and whining than leading. that's what he needs to do here. >> congress controls the pursestrings under our constitution. it's controlled by the tea party republicans. boehner is sort of like their chief waiter up there. he sort of serves the tea party. >> then why do we need dem
May 1, 2013 8:00pm EDT
when i read president clinton had hired a man named mark rich who fled the country to avoid $40 million in income taxes then he got a full pardon on president clinton's last day of office. a short time later it was disclosed that he was still close at giving, i think it was a $400,000 contribution to the president clinton's library. there was a sizable contribution from saudi arabia and others. so i thought it was something that was very much open to abuse. i thought something should be done about it. actually, we passed that bill in the house three times now. >> the bill that you've introduced recently in the house, what is the level that you have to report a contribution. you mentioned foreign counts, would you bill prohibit foreign countries from contributing? >> no, it would just require disclosure so people could see where contributions were coming from because these committees are formed while the presidents are still in office to raise funds while -- or before the president leaves office. there is a real potential for abuse there and i just think it is something that need
May 2, 2013 10:00am PDT
former secretary to another, henry kissinger jokes about hillary clinton's 2016 prospects. >> became president. and that sort of started focusing my mind. i want to tell hillary when she misses the office, she looks at the history of secretaries of state, there might be hope for a fulfilling life afterwards. >> good day, i'm andrea mitchell live in washington, the students accused of interfering with evidence linked to the deadly boston bombings will all be appearing in court over the next few weeks. meanwhile, investigators continue to examine the recovered items taken by these men from dzhokhar tsarnaev's dorm room. joining me justice correspondent, pete williams and micele isikoff in boston. >> the legal implications of what happened and what the charges are against these three. >> the government draws a distinction between the actions that the two kazakh students took and the action that the american citizen took. say all three went to the dorm room of dzhokhar tsarnaev the night of fbi put out the pictures of the three. but before we get to that, i think it's importan
Apr 30, 2013 5:00pm EDT
. eastern on c- span. president bill clinton spoke at georgetown university today. he reflected on his time in office and his postpresidential career. he president -- he graduated from georgetown. he was introduced by the school's president. [cheers and applause] >> good morning. it is my pleasure merrill lynch to welcome you all here today -- it is my pleasure to welcome you all here today. this marks the beginning of a journey we will take together over the course of the coming years to learn from one of the most accomplished global leaders of our time and someone we are proud to call a son of georgetown. [cheers and applause] president clinton, it is an honor to welcome you back to the hilltop. we are grateful for your contributions to our community throughout the decades and for the extraordinary impact you have had throughout our nation and our world. i wish to welcome our colleagues here from the clinton foundation and the clinton global initiative. i wish to welcome everyone .atching on our west -- webcast after president clinton delivers his lecture, he will take questions from
May 4, 2013 7:00am EDT
, i've got a feeling it is going to be hillary clinton. once the clinton machine gets rolling, i do not think there is anybody out there that can stop her. i was a democrat for a long time. i'm so tired of the two-party system because neither one of them can get anything done. right now, i do not know who the independent candidate will be. i will definitely be supporting the independent candidate could as far as the republican side, i have been following politics for a long time. it amazes me that republicans cannot run a moderate grade when they do run a moderate, they do not support him. host: you bring up the democratic side. you say hillary clinton is a far and away favorite. why don't you think the vice president has a chance in that race? caller: i'm not saying he doesn't have a chance. i'm just saying if you look personally believe if jill could run again, he would probably get reelected. it's just that they have such an organization. i have to say, with the democrats, they put on a hell of a ground game last year with the president. i just do not think -- like the first caller s
Apr 30, 2013 5:00pm PDT
of state to president obama and assistant to president clinton. p.j., what a pleasure to have you back. >> thank you john. >> john: is president obama trying to smudge that red line that assad was trying to cross and if he is, what could that do to u.s. credibility as it tries to manage adversaries like iran and north korea? >> as the president said, we have to be prudent and get our facts right. take some time to sort through this. he's absolutely right about that. i think i prefer to have him on the other side of the line where to acknowledge that chemicals have been used in the battlefield in syria. regardless of whether it is by the assad government or the rebels and be leading a conversation about how do we make the weapons more secure so they can't be used or they can't be stolen. >> john: in other words you're saying this is a president unwilling to commit troops to war on inadequate intelligence. >> well, i think a lot of people have interpreted the red line as meaning that we have to take military action. i think there are still some prettiual prerogatives here. one of th
Apr 27, 2013 2:00am PDT
if we can avoid it. anyway, we've had enough of the bushes as president. how about the clintons? the kennedys? the cuomos? he might be running, too. do we like political dynasties? somebody wrote this, but i d didn't. >>> congress stepping in to help the faa avoid further furloughs which are brought on be by the e sequester to delay flights across the country. and so we turn across kids to head start or turn away cancer patients, but when rich people are inconvenienced, it is time to act. >>> and also, the white house correspondence dinner and the actress sharon stone will be sitting in david ignatius' seat in a moment. >>> and something you hear now might be a thing of the past, and this is "hardball" yes, the place for politics. a dunk of g. catches and throws, and spaghettio's. that's what happy kids are made of. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. then you'll love lactose-free lactaid® it's 100% real milk that's easy to digest so you can fully enjoy the dairy you love. lactaid®. for 25 years, easy to digest. easy to love. by the armful? by the barrelful? the carful?
May 4, 2013 10:00pm EDT
foreign policy plan supported by the late ambassador and former secretary of state of of the clinton must is regarded by president obama for political reasons. he argues the conflict over the afghanistan policy has weakened america's ability to shape policy in south asia and the middle east. this program is about an hour. >> welcome to "after words" and especially vali nasr. it's a treat to see you after a long time away. i did enjoy your book for perhaps different reasons i will go through that but i wanted to thank you very much for coming in today. vali nasr is the dean of the school of the advanced international studies at johns hopkins and the author of the book "the dispensable nation," which i have here, american foreign policy in retreat. vali nasr is an american political commentator, scholar of contemporary islam. he has briefed president, congress, many influential and not so influential people. he was born in tehran in 1960 and his family's can't the united states after the evolution. he has a bachelor's and master's degree from the fletcher school of the diplomacy and ea
May 1, 2013 6:00am EDT
algunas areas de exhibicion debido al recorte en el presupuesto... ademas...hillary clinton encabeza la lista de los candidatos mas populares a la presidencia por el partido democrata..le explicamos al volver.. hoy en la segunda parte de la serie en busca del sueno americano, la historias de una mujer que fue deportada y ahora luchar en favor de los inmigrantes ... cerrando areas de exhibicion del museo de arte africano, el smithsonian castle entre otros museos comenzando maÑana miercoles ante los recortes del presupuesto fiscal.. los cierres son parte de los 42-millones de dolares en recortes que comenzaron el primero de marzo y se extenderan hasta el 30 de septiembre.. la reduccion en el mantenimiento de los edificios, asi como la contratacion de nuevos empleados fueron anunciados cuando comenzaron los recortes..representantes del smithsonian dicen que podrian haber mas recortes en el verano... si necesita confirmar el rumor sobre la posible candidatura presidencial de hillary clinton para el 2016, ponga atencion a la ultima encuesta a nivel nacional... segun un sondeo elaborado p
May 3, 2013 2:30am PDT
widespread speculation that at least for the moment hillary clinton is the odds on favorite to become the democratic nominee. a poll shows the former secretary of state with a commanding lead with 65% among democrats. number two, vice president joe biden. he's only trailing now by 52 points. the president will spend today in south carolina. the front page story calls this 2016 viability a long shot at best. meanwhile clinton's high profile appearances show no signs of slowing and a possible 2016 preview clinton and new jersey governor chris christie will headline the clinton global initiative. she tried to shove off remarks from kissinger who reminded a crowd that at least four secretary of sta secretary of states became president. last one was 1850. thanks for that. rhode island is now the tenth state where gay marriage is legal. the governor signed the bill into law yesterday. hundreds of people on hand at the state capital erupted into applause and started singing "chapel of love." delaware, illinois and minnesota are currently considering their own gay marriage laws. the supreme court
May 1, 2013 1:00pm EDT
was a career official. i also served in the clinton administration. i was an intern in the carter administration. so i served in a lot of different administrations as a career diplomat. caller: did you ever explained to the president what the heart of secretary and violence s? i do not think the president was aware of a sunni, and what the asis of the conflicts are. this is lack of knowledge. also, these countries were created by the british and the french after world war i when they defeated the ottoman empire, and they created the countries for their own self interests. it paid no attention to tribal alliances. they had product -- problems almost immediately. iraq was never a nationstate. i am looking for you to impart knowledge, not to get generalities. what is the heart of the problem? what is the cause of the problem question mark make -- problem? make the american people understand this is religion. host: let's get a response. guest: you make some good points. disagree with some. one of the principal causes, not the only one, is religious differences. you have had a faction
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May 5, 2013 11:00am PDT
act, including my colleague, when secretary clinton and the state department asked for additional funding for embassy security, they all voted no. they all voted no. >> wait, we're getting a little off -- >> come on now. you already admitted to it on cnn. >> i understand there's an issue about security. it's a little bit off the track. i want to try to stay on course here. >> this is the point. they're complaining about a lack of security at the embassies after they voted against the funding for security at the embassies. that's what they're complaining about. a lack of security at the embassies when they all voted to cut $500 million. is that not related? >> the cfo has said in an e-mail -- the chief financial officer for the state department said that finances had nothing to do with the decisions about funding at the facility. the security personnel were paid from the pentagon budget. they weren't paid from the state department budget. this is a facade. it's a distraction. there are four people dead here, chris. >> and i want to talk about -- let's talk about beforehand. there a
May 5, 2013 2:00pm EDT
president clinton do that? >> we were at yale together so i knew him better. in recent years, they stop. the president-elect will stop by and shake hands with the members of the court and meet us as a group. >> do you see, obviously, you and president obama have different opinions on things. do you have any common ground on things with him that you could share with us? >> i have -- >> do you want to take the fifth? >> that's hard to say. what common ground did i have with president bush, 43. i'm not into politics. i don't like politics. i do my job. i have common ground with some of the appointees say with justice ginsberg or justice kagan. we're doing the same thing. but as politics, i just don't do politics. i don't like politics. >> do you avoid intention talley in terms of media, a lost judges don't keep up with the news the way they did when they were practicing law. >> i don't like politics. i'm just done. i like history, i like things of substance. i don't understand politics. i don't understand scuba diving. you know, when i think of scuba diving i think of drowning. [laughter]
FOX News
May 3, 2013 8:00pm PDT
hillary clinton is the party's front runner. new poll shows 65% of democrats would vote for her in the primary. some are begging her to run. >> i pray that hillary clinton decides to run for president of the united states. [ applause ] >> let's set aside for the moment the fact that she is a woman. as a person, she will be the most qualified person to enter the white house in modern history. >> laura: republicans say she is absolutely the wrong person for the job. >> the person in charge of the state department never read any of the cries for help. any of the pleas for help. her department denied the request for enhanced security and dereliction of duty and should preclude her holding any position where she had been in that kind of authority again. >> with me now is democratic strategist margie omaro. i'm looking at the polls. hillary clinton is blowing the field away. i can't believe we're already talking about the presidential election. but just got over the last one. she is way off. and joe biden gets a big profile in the "washington post" today. this is what bob schrum said abo
May 2, 2013 11:00am PDT
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May 2, 2013 6:30am EDT
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Apr 27, 2013 2:00am PDT
the nature of that debate? >> well, before, we now know that secretary of state hillary clinton was arguing for much more robust response against assad. so was david petraeus when he was the head of the c.i.a. we don't really know what kerry and hagel are telling the president. but clearly they are being pushed toward doing more. and been pushed mostly by our allies. turkey, qatar, the gulf states, jordan, lebanon. even the iraqis are starting to fill the spillover from all the refugees from all this sectarian violence between shias and sunnis. that fault line runs through all those countries. they're being told very, very clearly that we need american leadership to step in here. and i kind of disagree with martha on this. i think they will be pushed to do more. i don't think it's going to be direct military action. but there's -- >> i think they could arm the rebels. but i should clarify that. i don't think they're going to go in there and -- gwen: no-fly zone? >> no-fly zones sound so easy. but just don't fly here. you have to take out all the anti-aircraft. you have to go in. it'
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May 3, 2013 11:00pm PDT
look at the way the media celebrated hillary clinton until barack obama got into the game media made a conscious decision we love the are idea of first female president but we love the idea of president obama. that was the glass ceiling that stopped her. >> i think it's refreshing. i love hearing thomas talk. i it's very refreshing, look i'm not in politics. i do my job. washington thing is not part of what i do. i rule on cases i see. he never once said, look at me i'm the first black supreme court justice -- the first conservative black supreme court justice. he doesn't play that tune. >> greg: black conservative is the actual interracial marriage that white liberals hate the most. nothing makes -- people like bob and the media malfunction more, sticking a black fork in a white toaster and sfeem comes out. being a black republican in 2013 is cooler than being a black panth they are the 1970s. you take more risks. the case in point, you take two accomplished black men, clarence thomas and president obama, one is beloved by the media and one is reviled. it's the obvious racists
May 2, 2013 6:00am PDT
floor. >> interestingly enough, hillary clinton may have got support from someone not ordinarily associated with democratic presidential candidates. henry kissinger. let's play this quick. >> four secretary of states became president and that sort of started focusing my mind. i want to tell hillary when she misses the office, she looks at the history of secretaries of state and there might be hope for her fulfilling life afterwards. >> a new poll, hillary clinton, 65, joe biden, 13. a huge part of the democratic wing is going to launch a new national campaign to put a woman in the white house today at 9:30 a.m. they're not doing that to gillibrand. >> this is about putting pressure on hillary clinton in a gentle way. we see it from draft hillary campaign that is holding events for her. we're seeing this from former republican secretary of state henry kissinger. not aggressive yet but supporters if you are an organization like emily's list, you want her to run. people are putting gentle fresh out there. in 2015, that's the year she has to decide. >> it's remarkable. how hard would
Apr 29, 2013 5:30pm PDT
clinton, collins's classmate at stanford cheered him for having the strength and courage to become the first. first lady michelle obama added, we've got your back. for sports fans everywhere it was thtopic of conversation. >> for a pro athlete it's a big step. >> used to be a big thing but now it's not. >> it's about time. >> reporter: by all accounts collins is universally well liked, and that helps. it also helps that as he was pointing toward this day, the country was changing. gay rights as an issue now enjoys majority support. says one gay expert who helps celebrities come out publically. >> people say, look, the sky isn't falling in the same way states are toppling in our gay marriage battle. >> reporter: there have been openly gay athletes competing in individual sports. tennis legend martina navratilova for one. but in america's team sports, gay athletes like baseball's billy bean only came out after they had retired. jason collins has changed that. >> male athletes have been in the closet, are feeling like it's a possibility to come forward. what jason did today is incredible.
Apr 29, 2013 10:30pm EDT
. coming up tonight, former at thent bill clinton 20th anniversary of the holocaust museum. after that, president obama talks about investing in science innovation. later, another chance to see first ladies including eliza johnson wife of andrew johnson. former president bill clinton spoke monday at an event marking the 20th anniversary of the holocaust museum in washington dc this is just over an hour. >> ladies and gentlemen, please welcome today's honored speakers, the director of the holocaust museum. tom bernstein, chair of the holocaust museum. lisa zaid, a granddaughter of four holocaust survivors. world war ii veteran scottie. the founding chairman of the united states holocaust memorial museum. [applause] and president bill clinton, founder of the clinton foundation and 42nd president of [applause] states. please rise for the army flags. ♪ >> the second infantry division and 82nd airborne division. the fourth infantry division and. the eighth infantry division and [applause]ed division. the 26th infantry division and 12th armored division. [applause] the 29th infantry divisi
Apr 30, 2013 5:00am EDT
, proud of jason. nba commissioner, david stearns, saluted his leadership mantle and chelsea clinton, his classmate at stanford, cheered him for having the strength and courage to become the first. first lady, michelle obama, added, we have your back. openly gay athlete competing in individual sports, martina navratilova and billy bean only came out after they retired. jason collins has changed that. >> male athletes have been in the closet and are feeling like it is a possibility to come forward. what jason did today is incredible. >> one brave seven-footer, his career not yet over, the rest of his life just beginning. mike taibbi, nbc news, los angeles >>> other reaction from the sports world was mixed with one popular radio host calling the news a nonstory. >> i really don't care. it means less than nothing to me that there is a gay player now out in the nba. there are plenty of gay people in america. you have to figure some of them are playing sports. >> while reaction has been mostly positive, even prompting a phone call from president obama saying he was impressed by collins co
Apr 30, 2013 11:00pm EDT
candidatura presidencial de hillary clinton para el 2016, ponga atencion a la ultima encuesta a nivel nacional... segun un sondeo elaborado por la universidad fairleigh dickinson, de new jersey, clinton encabeza la lista de los candidatos mas populares a la presidencia por el partido democrata... el 63-por ciento de los participantes en el sondeo que se indentificaron como democratas senalaron que apoyarian a clinton para el 2016... en la segunda parte de nuestra serie especial camino al sueno americano, le mostramos otra faceta de este viaje tan peligroso que emprenden los inmigrantes para llegar a este pais..nuestra companera silvana quiroz nos tiene las historias de estos latinos... silvana... por a zona del peten en plena frontera entre guatemala y mÉxico el camino se torna mas peligroso, los carteles de drogas gobiernan esta Área rubÉn figueroa defensor derechos inmigrantes "ellos tienen que tomar estas rutas, estos caminos dentro de las rutas de los mismo narcotraficantes de drogas por eso las hace mas peligrosas, esto los hace aun mas vulnerables"para liseth que emÓ este mi
Apr 30, 2013 4:00am PDT
issue. and former first daughter chelsea clinton, classmate at stanford, cheered him for having the strength and courage to become the first. first lady michelle obama added "we've got your back." there have been openly gay athletes competing in individual sports. martina navratilova, for one. but in america's team sports gay athletes like baseball's billy bean only came out after they retired. jason collins changed that. >> gay athletes have been in the closet, feeling like it's a possibility to come forward in what jason did today is incredible. >> reporter: one brave 7-footer, his career not over, but the rest of his life just beginning. mike taibbi, nbc news, los angeles. >> other reaction from the sports world was mixed with one popular radio host calling it a nonstory. >> i really don't care. it means less than nothing to me that there's a gay player now out in the nba. there are plenty of gay people in america. you got to figure some of them are playing sports. >>> and while reaction has been mostly positive even prompting a phone call from president obama saying he was impre
Apr 28, 2013 4:00am PDT
about the clintons? the kennedys, the cuomos? do we like political dynasties? somebody wrote this, some people like political dynasties. plus, congress steps in to help the faa avoid more furloughs for air traffic controllers, brought in by the sequester that have led to flight delays across the country. so let's get it straight. kick kids out of head start or turn away cancer patients. rich people who can afford to fly get inconvenienced, time to act. this is "hardball" where hollywood descends on washington for the biggest party of the year tomorrow. the white house correspondents dinner. actress and activist, the sharon stone, will be sitting in david ignatius' seat in just a few minutes. and something you hear every night on this program could be a thing of the past, in the sideshow tonight and this is "hardball," yes, the place for politi politics. you call yourself a suds-maker? i need a new recruit! dawn? you won't last. [ female announcer ] a drop of dawn has active suds that stay stronger longer, so you can clean 2x more greasy dishes. dawn does more. [ sponge ] so it's n
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